Rappler's latest stories on location tracking
Facebook says that clues for figuring out a user's location include being tagged in a photo at a specific place or a check-in at a location such as at a restaurant during a dinner with friends
An idle Android smartphone with its Chrome browser open sends data communications to Google's servers as often as 14 times an hour, according to the study
The suit accuses Google of violating privacy law, and cites a news report last week confirmed by university researchers
Location data may still be collected via Google Maps and search even if a user has turned off a setting labeled 'Location History'
If a user visits a certain cafe, for example, Tinder will find potential matches who have visited the same cafe